400 SUNNY ISLES. Located on 640 ft of bay front property just off of the 163rd street bridge, every single unit has expansive and unobstructed direct water views. Residents of 400 SUNNY ISLES will enjoy the luxury of being just a short walk or ushered beach buggy ride away from the Ocean and Oleta State Park.
400 SUNNY ISLES has 230 one to four bedroom units divided between 2 towers. All residents at 400 Sunny Isles include modern touches, high tech eco-friendly kitchens, top of the line European bath fixtures and smart touch technology systems. Amenities include wet and dry dock marina, water activities center, Beach Club with restaurant , infinity pool with immersed Jacuzzi, wet bar and lounge beds, a full service spa and gym, tennis courts and much more.
Sunny Isles continues to be the epicenter of the condo boom. Today it was announced that 400 Sunny Isles condo has sold over 85% of their 230 units. 400 Sunny Isles is a new luxury bay-front preconstruction condominium located along the Intracoastal Waterway in the City of Sunny Isles Beach in Florida. The community will be comprised of two 20 story identical towers that will feature more than 640 linear feet of bay frontage and a full service 230 slip Marina that can fit boats up to 100 feet (boat slips are sold separately). Residences at 400 Sunny Isles range in size from1,400 to over 2,400 square feet. Amenities will include waterfall Jacuzzis, spa, fitness center, tennis court, infinity edge lap-pool and a gourmet restaurant. The building will offer its residents a watersports activity center where small boats, yachts, catamarans, jet skis and windsurfing equipment will be available for rent. The building was designed by Chad Oppenheim; his architecture has been described as daring, sensible, romantic and reductive with spaces and structures optimized for pleasure and performance. Oppenheim architecture + design, was established in 1999; their fields of activity are Architecture, interior Architecture, landscape, urban Planning, Public Space, urban Design and urbanism. 400 Sunny Isles is being developed by Key International. Its president and CEO is licensed architect and real estate investor Jose Ardid with transactions representing over $2 Billion in asset value.
400 Sunny Isles – A Boater’s Dram
There’s another new pre-construction condo project we thought you should know about: 400 Sunny Isles. You’ll hear some familiar names connected to this project: Key International (of The Ivy and Mint fame), Chad Oppenheim, Kobi Park, Urbanica Group, Phillippe Stark, Renzo Piano, and more. While it may seem like the new projects in town are all pretty much the same, 400 Sunny Isles is distinctive for a number of reasons.
“It is completely modern. It’s an amazing project,” said Sandy Ruiz, sales associate for 400 Sunny Isles.
The most distinctive difference between this project and the many others that are either newly built or under construction is the inclusion of a private marina which, developers claim, will be the largest marina in the area.
“There is going to be a wet marina and a dry marina,” said Ruiz.
Wet and dry dock storage and boat rentals will be available as will fractional yacht ownership.
Private Pool and Garden Residences
400 Sunny Isles can boast of another distinction: pool and garden terraces, providing a private, relaxing sanctuary for residents, reminiscent of those found in luxury single-family residences. These are available in the lofts and selected residences.
The Spa and Rejuvenation Center
400 Sunny Isles will house a spa and rejuvenations center to rival those of the world’s finest resorts. Choose from co-ed facilities or private his and hers. Other highlights include:
• Three waterfall Jacuzzis with independent temperatures
• Steam rooms
• Indoor and outdoor lounges
• Fitness equipment
Play Time at 400 Sunny Isles
If you’re beginning to get the impression that life at 400 Sunny Isles is a bit like being on vacation, you’re right. The community will also offer volleyball and tennis courts (a tennis pro will be on hand as well).
According to Ruiz, interested buyers come from the domestic market as well as international. Buyers from Argentina, Brazil, New York and elsewhere are all interested in this new development. So much so that reservations for the first tower have already been taken and sales associates are now focusing on gaining reservations for the second tower.
In keeping with the resort-theme atmosphere, 400 Sunny Isles will offer the following amenities to residents:
• Concierge service
• 24-hour valet parking
• 24-hour security
• Business center with meeting rooms
• Party lounge
• Storage for bikes and jet skis
• Marine concierge program at the marina
• Boat rentals
• On-site activity coordinator to assist with arrangements for kite surfing, boating, wind surfing, jet skiing, scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, biking and water skiing.
• Beach car service
• Swim-up wet bar at the pool
• Private bayfront beach
• A yacht and beach club bistro
400 Sunny Isles offers one-story homes, two-story lofts and three-story penthouses. All homes feature state-of-the-art technology, with wireless internet, a fingertip control panel for communication within the community and to control all in-home features such as temperature, lighting, music and even the blinds.
Each home incorporates floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glass, soundproofing between units and walk-in closets. Kitchens are a cook’s dream and feature:
• European appliances, cabinetry and countertops
• SMEG induction cooktop (uses 50 percent less energy)
• Stainless steel Renzo Piano oven
In the bathrooms, you’ll find:
• European finishes
• Lots of natural light
• Oversized soaking tubs
• Phillippe Stark faucets and fixtures
The estimated completion date for the two 20-story residential towers that comprise 400 Sunny Isles is 2015, with construction breaking ground February of 2013. Pre-sales began earlier this year. As of today, the east tower is sold out and homes in the west tower are listed between $750,000 and $2.4 million.
For more information text or call Michael direct at 305-467-7204 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org